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Description from the publisher:
Linguistically derived from “at-tawasut” (to stand in the middle/take a
middle course) & “wasat” with the vowel movement is that which is
between the two ends of something, like the centre of a circle; with a
sukoon, an ambiguous name like the area inside a circle, for example.
From the original meaning, the Wasat of something is its straightest
part. The Wasat of something is that which is between its two sides.